What do you get when you cross a whip-welding, mask-wearing vigilante and a set of uber-wealthy telepathic twins, with a serial killer out for vengeance?
The end of the world.
Well, the end of the world as they know it.
After surviving a plane crash that left them with telepathic powers that bounds them together as one emotional collective, twins Ethan and Ronan Daniels have struggled with how to fit into their new reality. Especially Ethan, who relies on his brother to keep the voices in his head from driving him insane.
A brief stint with the crime-fighting group the Evolutioneers gave them hope that there was a place for them. And when a cry in the night for help brings them face to face with a mask-wearing woman dispensing her own version of justice, they find appearances can be deceptive, and they are eager to learn more about the avenging angel who is able to block her thoughts to them.
By day Jameson Alinari runs a women's shelter. By night she makes personal visits to those who have committed crimes against women. Having a pair of handsome twins bust in during a "teaching moment" was a complication she did not need. But when one of her former targets is murdered in a grisly fashion, she is now reliant on the hot twins to prove her innocence. What she never expected was the chemistry that ignited with not one but both of the Daniels. Her future was on the line. She didn't have time indulge in night-time fantasies. Or did she?
As the body count rises, Jameson fights for independence in a relationship that feels too, too perfect, as Ethan and Ronan fight to prove what seems so wrong can be oh so right.